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Public Hearing on Proposed Sale of Surplus Substations

Thursday, November 16 at 7 PM

Ballard First Lutheran Church-Seattle      2006 NW 65th St

The ONLY public hearing on proposed sale of 7 former substation properties in NW Seattle. The purpose of the public hearing is to take testimony about City Light’s property disposition alternatives, OR comments due the next day.  (This will be the public hearing that will comply with the requirements of RCW 35.94.040.)

Detailed information about all the sites, including maps and pictures, is here.

  • If unable to attend, you may e-mail your comments and/or indicate your interest in being notified of actions taken on the site at SCL_RealProperty@seattle.gov
    • or via U.S. Mail sent to:
    • Timothy Croll, Seattle City Light
      700 Fifth Ave, Suite 3316, Seattle WA, 98104
    • Comments must be received by November 17, 2017 to be included in the record.

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